Set a camera here to watch where several secondary trails cross this main trail, it also looks like the type of area bucks like to push each other around to build their neck muscles before the rut.
I’ve used this area for years only in the past I had the camera facing the opposite direction, if you look closely you will see a light spot on a tree on the left side of the trail, that is the notch I cut to hold the camera securely.
This camera watches a main trail between open muskeg and a brushy hill side.
This camera watches an area crisscrossed with trails, not sure how good it will be because there is nothing to funnel animal movement.
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Photo #3,the one with the notch/rub? behind the brush is that an altered cedar?
A nearly dead yellow cedar. (sorry I missed your question earlier.)